Revive Your Living Area


Revive your living area this summer with expert tips and the latest in interior trends from Mobelli founder Alon Sachs.

Fine Geometric Lines

Stay on-trend this season with textured, symmetrically-patterned furniture. If you’re keen on this look, the Lexington sofa is a must-have. Its appearance boasts straight, elegant lines with slim arm rests, combined with a luxurious fabric and a quilted leaf motif. The Lexington enhances just about any indoor space and creates the ultimate living experience.

“What’s special about this sofa is that it’s not only a beauty, it’s extremely comfortable as well and you simply won’t go wrong with it,” says Alon.

Perfect and Practical

In an evolving, modern world practical living is key, and what busy homeowners really need is the convenience of removable slip covers with maintenance made simple and hassle-free.

“In other words, phoning a specialist cleaning company is a thing of the past, simply clean your furniture covers yourself – it’s easy and cost-effective too,” says Alon.

Retro Done Right

Are you in search of the ultimate storage solution? The Gramercy side cupboard is the answer. Made from walnut veneer with trendy tapered feet, this piece of furniture is certainly retro done right. “With its mirrored finish offset with walnut veneer honeycomb sections, the Gramercy is a masterpiece,” says Alon. “It can act as a side cupboard or as a home for special tableware or glassware for entertaining.”

Mixed Materials

Ever wonder about the marble-wood combination? Mixing materials is on-trend, and nothing says style better than the well-crafted Delta coffee tables. “These tables are both classy, yet simple and fit just about any indoor space,” says Alon.

Nesting Is Nice

The lounge tells a story, and for those wanting to effortlessly create a focal point, why not pair together three tables? “The Tribeca tables are well-suited for the nesting concept and bonus is, they look good too,” says Alon.

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